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... 8211; and while initially similar to the tree covered Appalachians, the peaks soon started to reach higher than the tree line and the craggy outcrops, which I guess gave this range its name, became more evident. I had expected to spend the day winding up and down mountain roads, but was surprised when we peaked one pass at about 9000 feet and found a highland plain beyond. Not some little valley, but a vast plain, maybe 30 or 40 miles long. It was flat as any prairie ...
... to climb in someone’s recent footsteps. The sight from the top was breathtaking – the Sahara desert surrounded by lush mountains! Also at the top was a LOT of wind!! And as the sand blew across the tops of the dunes it stung our bodies!! Sometimes the sand against the back of your knees really, really burned. Alex took out his new professional camera to take some pictures just before a gust blew loads of sand into every mechanism of his lenses! After just a ...
... on a top one. It was funny at this point and honestly just added to the adventure. I can pretty much stand anything for one night.
We then went to the park and went out where the huge sand dunes were. I mean, they are HUGE!!! We were meeting up with our friends Ilysse, Cassidy and Brody again for the night. When we first got out there, the sun was still out and it was hot out. The wind was also blowing really hard ...
... is a Highway" by Tom Cochrane. I couldn’t help but snap this little amateur video. Oh and here are the official lyrics and video too J https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3sMjm9 Eloo
Life's like a road that you travel on
There's one day here and the next day gone
Sometimes you bend, sometimes you stand
Sometimes you turn your back to the wind
There's a world outside every darkened door
Where blues won't haunt ...
The border security let us through but it was apparent we wouldn’t be getting any extensions. So we found ourselves back in Mexico with a GPS that shat itself (didn’t want to learn Spanish) and nowhere to go. Bruce was thirsty so we found a petrol station to fill him up.